Gabriela N. Anderson (Gabrielle)

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Excellent international services since 1992

  • 2002-2004  Master of Arts degree in European Studies (International Business major), The George Washington University; Italian and French entry/exit exams, The George Washington University, The Elliott School of International Affairs; coursework at Georgetown University, Washington D.C.
  • 1988-1992  Bachelor of Arts degree in Philology (English major, Romanian minor), University of Bucharest, The School of Philology, Romania
  • 2016-2018  Online coursework, free courses of Université Paris-Sorbonne
  • 1997  Language and culture studies: The Italian Center (Naples, Italy), France Langue (Nice, France)
  • Painting courses with professional painters Sam Adoquei (National Academy of Art, New York City, 2008) and Dave Kramer (Dallas, TX, 2009)

Gabriela has passed the required certification exams and is experienced in all the subjects listed on this site and on Wyzant; she also holds a HIPAA certification for medical translation. She has studied English, French, Italian, and Romanian languages and literatures since childhood; after becoming a U.S. citizen, she earned a Master of Art degree at George Washington University (one of the four D.C. universities listed in the QS World University Ranking, 2018). Her career started in 1989 when she became a full-time translator and English instructor to researchers at the Research Institute for Bovine Breeding, Bucharest (Romania); at the same time, she provided private tutoring to children. Multitasking via teaching and translation jobs — and helping students across generational lines — has defined her career ever since. Gabriela’s background is international: born in a family of Greek origin, she grew up in Dobruja, S-E Romania. From the age of 2, she studied French; afterwards, her studies focused on languages (English, French, Romanian, Italian) and art.

In the 1990s, she relocated with her family to Naples, Italy, where she studied Italian language and art. Overseas, she worked/resided temporarily in Italy and Quebec City for linguistic and cultural studies, and worked extensively with French companies in Romania. She acquired U.S. citizenship in 1997 and has resided in Maryland, New York City, and Texas for the past 20 years (moved to Texas in 2009). In Washington D.C. and Virginia she instructed and tested U.S. diplomats through Inlingua School. Throughout a career in which her goal has been to constantly perfect and employ her knowledge of the 4 languages she has expertise in, Gabriela has also published translations: novels for Colosseum Publishing House, poetry for The American Literary Translators Association at Texas University, a French book for LiterArt XXI, and numerous business books for Open University Business School (U.K.) where she also provided televised interpreting.

Her personal articles and poems were published in The International Notebook of Poetry and Origins-LiterArt XXI. In Texas, she volunteered with English editing to the Conservative Party of Texas, USA. Gabrielle also teaches drawing and painting; she studied painting primarily at the Academy of Art in New York City and in Dallas (with artists Sam Adoquei and Dave Kramer).

To help her students with updated information, Gabriela travels often to France and Italy. In her spare time, she writes, paints, studies other languages, and tries her hand at new European recipes.

Current and past affiliations:

Association of Texas Professional Educators (ATPE), Texas Homeschool Coalition, Association of American Educators (AAE), Interagency Language Roundtable, American Philological Association, Istituto Italiano di Cultura D.C., Alliance Française of Washington D.C., American Literary Translators Association – University of Texas, Open University Business School, Motivation Charity


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